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Greenwich Village »

Where NYU Students Can Hang Out On Their Own

The neighborhood around New York University can be daunting. We help you explore it.

Midtown »

Grammy-Winning 'Boardwalk Empire' Band Finds New Home in Midtown

Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks will perform Mondays and Tuesdays at Iguana Restaurant.

Times Square & Theater District »

Hotel Edison to Close Italian Restaurant Sofia's After 37 Years

Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks have performed Monday and Tuesday nights at Sofia's for five years.

Midtown »

Summer Music Series Launches in Bryant Park Friday

Eight renowned jazz and classical chamber ensembles will perform, one each week through Aug. 30

Bed-Stuy »

Local Nonprofits Bring Free Live Jazz to Bed-Stuy

The Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium is inviting a new jazz musician to Restoration Plaza every week.

East Village »

Fire Threatens East Village Eatery's Beloved Jazz Collection

A rooftop blaze knocked out the hip Korean restaurant Mono+Mono and caused temporary evactuations Sunday.

Fort Greene »

Pink Tea Cup Hopes to Bring Celebs and Soul to Fort Greene

The Village's soul food staple Pink Tea Cup is set to open a new location on Lafayette Avenue.

West Village »

Village Vanguard Hit with Sexual Harassment, Age Discrimination Suit

A 63-year-old waitress says she was mistreated at the jazz club for 35 years.

Elmhurst »

Terraza 7 Owner Mixes Music, Culture and Politics at Queens Venue

Freddy Castiblanco uses Terraza 7 as a bar, a venue and a meeting place for progressive ideas.

Greenwich Village »

Village Baha'i Center Shouldn't Stop Pub From Opening Nearby, Backers Say

Lawyers for a proposed pub argue the New York City Baha'i Center is not exclusively a place of worship.

Hudson Square »

Nonprofit Jazz 'Listening Room' Moves from Hudson Sq. to Flatiron District

The Jazz Gallery's new home is on Broadway near East 27th Street.

Central Harlem »

Shuttered Lenox Lounge to Reopen Near Original Spot This Summer, Owner Says

The famous lounge hosted Billie Holiday, Miles Davis and James Baldwin.

Midtown »

Jazz Legend Louis Armstrong's Civil Rights Activism Revealed in New Musical

The show, presented by Making Books Sings, runs through Sunday at Theater 3 in Midtown.

Central Harlem »

Apollo Theater to Transform into Nightclub for Music and Dance Revue

Three shows in February will invoke the Apollo's eclectic past.

Red Hook »

Former City School Teacher Plans to Reopen Troubled Brooklyn Burlesque

Cynthia Thomas-Dicks is planning to reopen Paris Cabaret on Commerce Street under a new name.

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